Musical Inclusion

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    Tuesday, 12 March, 2013 - 15:11

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Thoughts on scaffolding and supporting the music made by young people, and questions relating to the Youth Music Quality Framework.

This is part of a keynote I delivered in March at Colston Hall to the RESEO conference (www.reseo.org). It is heavily plaigarised and I have tried to give credit to those whose copy and ideas I have nicked. It's more of a rant than an attempt to put forward new ideas but it sums up what I think of technology. Thanks for reading...

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An observation from a recent workshop with PMLD students using some cutting-edge music technology. 

On 29 January 2016, Music Leaders working in the North Yorkshire area came together to share practice around the theme of 'improvisation in participatory music projects'. As an outcome from the session, NYMAZ has produced a resource in order to share some of the discussions from the day more widely.

How can we sustain and improve the access to and quality of music education over the next 3 years? If this question interests you do read on!

These are some notes on my experiences and reflections on being a trainee on the Hope Creative project so far, having attended 6 sessions since November 2015. I have been recording what we have done and where we have done it and how it was from my point of view.

At NYMAZ we recently agreed a set of "principles for musically-inclusive working", and we wanted to share them with you. What do you think of them? Does your organisation have a similar set of princples? Comments happily received!

Calling all music teachers and community music leaders! Give your young musicians the chance to perform as part of a large-scale orchestra on a world class stage.

Does anyone know of a mentoring qualification that might be adapted to accredit tutors using music to mentor vulnerable pupils, in and beyond schools?

This group is the place to ask a question, start a discussion, share ideas and make connections. It originally was a discussion group for those funded under Youth Music's Musical Inclusion grants, but from 1 April 2015 it is open to all.

 

HOW TO POST IN THE GROUP:

1. Log in to the Youth Music Network (contact network@youthmusic.org.uk in the comms team if you've forgotten your login or don't have one or see this page: http://network.youthmusic.org.uk/help-support)

This group is the place to ask a question, start a discussion, share ideas and make connections. It originally was a discussion group for those funded under Youth Music's Musical Inclusion grants, but from 1 April 2015 it is open to all.

 

HOW TO POST IN THE GROUP:

1. Log in to the Youth Music Network (contact Sophie.Scott@youthmusic.org.uk in the comms team if you've forgotten your login or don't have one or see this page: http://network.youthmusic.org.uk/help-support)

2. Click the 'Join group' button and you'll immediately be a member.

3. In the left hand column you'll see an orange block with heading 'add content'

4. Underneath is a blue block, 'add new discussion'. This is where you can post your blog. 

If you already blog on the Network:
Once you're a member of the Musical Inclusion group, you can just go to the bottom of any blog you're posting and click on 'add to a group' and then select the drop down option 'Musical Inclusion'.

 

 
 

 

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